Bullard is President of the St. Louis Federal Reserve branch.
I posted earlier on his comments Tuesday here:
That post conveyed what limited coverages Bullard’s speech had, with the only source being a tightly gated Wall Street Journal report (see that post for the link if you can access the Journal).
CNBC now have an ungated article up for more info:
- expecting the U.S. central bank to hike its benchmark rate twice in 2022, after it’s finished with winding down its bond-buying program.
- Bullard added the caveat that his viewpoint was based on current economic data and that his prediction could change as time progresses.